Skip Navigation Linksdata

CHILDHOOD LEAD POISONING PREVENTION BRANCH

Blood Lead Datacharts scattered across a table.

New California Blood Lead Data, 2019

California Blood Lead Data Map, 2018

California Blood Lead Data, 2015 (PDF) (Excel Spreadsheet)*

California Blood Lead Data, 2014 (PDF)*

California Blood Lead Data, 2013 (PDF)*

California Blood Lead Data, 2012 (PDF)*

California Blood Lead Data, 2011 (PDF)*

California Blood Lead Data, 2010 (PDF)*

California Blood Lead Data, 2009 (PDF)*

California Blood Lead Data, 2008 (PDF)*

California Blood Lead Data, 2007 (PDF)*

ZIP Code Data

New Percent of Children with a Blood Lead Level (BLL) of 4.5 mcg/dL and Greater, in Descending Order, by ZIP Code, 2019 

Top 200 California Zip Codes with BLLs at and above 4.5 micrograms per deciliter, for children less than age 6, with at least 500 children tested, 2012 (PDF)

California Zip Codes with BLLs at and above 4.5 micrograms per deciliter, for children less than age 6, with at least 250 children tested, 2012 (PDF)

Medi-Cal Lead Testing Data

Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) Addendum to the 2020 Preventive Services Report (PDF): Contains DHCS-calculated blood lead screening rates for reporting year 2020/measurement year 2019

Blood Lead Screening Rates for a Cohort of California Children Served by Medi-Cal: A Joint Report from the California Department of Public Health-Department of Health Care Services (PDF)

Source Data

New Sources of Lead Exposure for Full Cases, Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 to 2018   

Geospatial Risk Factors Data

New Geospatial Indicators for Risk of Childhood Lead Exposure for California Census Tracts (Maps)

New Geospatial Indicators for Risk of Childhood Lead Exposure for California Census Tracts (Table-Excel Spreadsheet)

* These data postings were prepared before the California Health and Human Services Agency (CHHS) Data De-identification Guidelines (DDGs) were implemented in 2016.  Therefore, some data may be shown for pre-2016 documents that would not be shown in post-2016 documents.

If you are having difficulty accessing these documents, please contact the CLPPB at 510-620-5600 to request this information in an alternate format.

Page Last Updated :